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Class of ‘09

FX, May 10, 2023

May 10, 2023 TV Web Exclusive

Atlanta‘s “Paper Boi” turns FBI agent in this alternating timeframe spy series which also stars House of Cards’ Kate Mara as a combat nurse and The Deuce‘s Sepideh Moafi as the trio’s tech wizard.


Silo (Pilot)

Apple TV+, May 5, 2023

May 05, 2023 TV Web Exclusive

Powerfully distinctive dialogue, meaningful themes, and engrossing — but never showy — visuals make Apple TV+‘s ambitious and bleak new sci-fi series Silo’s first episode one of the most gripping premieres of the TV streaming era.


Ted Lasso (Season Three)

Apple TV+, March 15, 2023

May 04, 2023 TV Web Exclusive

What on earth is going on with Ted Lasso? Is the insipid writing ever going to crawl out of the morass of this tale about the American coach of an English premiere league team that hardly even coaches anymore? Or, why no one in my family will watch Ted Lasso with me.


Great Expectations

Hulu, March 26, 2023

Mar 25, 2023 TV Web Exclusive

Changing times necessitate an update on Charles Dickens’ classic tale of class and social mobility in Victorian England, Great Expectations. In this FX and BBC co-produced six-part adaptation, we follow the fate of orphan, Pip who while learning to be a gentleman under the tutelage of the cruel Miss Haversham, predictably falls in love with her beautiful but cold charge, Estella the during the last great push of the British Empire.


Lucky Hank

AMC, March 19, 2023

Mar 17, 2023 TV Web Exclusive

​Bob Odenkirk leaves slick-talking Saul Goodman behind for a turn as a rage-filled, disgruntled and dissatisfied English professor in a sleepy college town.



Topic, March 2, 2023

Mar 13, 2023 TV Web Exclusive

Temple takes its name from the London subway station underneath which Dr. Daniel Milton performs highly illegal yet lucrative black market surgeries.The transit service catacombs are made available for the good doctor’s covert operations, pun intended, by conspiracy theorist municipal service worker Lee Simons.


Feb 20, 2023 TV Web Exclusive

Five, hour-long episodes to stretch out a relatively simple, if unfamiliar story about familial trauma. Set in rural Quebec, the series is divided into two plotlines. The first, taking place in 2019, follows the four grown children of the Larouche family. The second plotline is set almost thirty years earlier. It follows the children during their turbulent youth and explains the reasons for their eventual fallout.



Netflix, November 3, 2022

Nov 07, 2022 TV Web Exclusive

The irony of the streaming service that demolished Blockbuster creating a show that points to nostalgia for the very concept it killed is thankfully not lost on the makers of Blockbuster, a new ten-part workplace comedy from creator Vanessa Ramos.


Oct 31, 2022 TV

Guillermo Del Toro’s new eight-part series, Cabinet of Curiosities, takes its cues from shows of mature vintage. Rod Serling’s The Night Gallery and Alfred Hitchcock Presents come to mind as Del Toro himself introduces us to the tales behind the strange objects in his titular ornate cabinet. Like his predecessors, he cuts an avuncular figure: welcoming, and with just the right amount of foreboding.